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Anti-thyroglobulin antibodies in differentiated thyroid carcinoma patients: Study of the clinical and biological parameters.
We report in this study the clinical and biological parameters of anti-thyroglobulin antibodies of patients with differentiated thyroid carcinoma. A total of 246 patients with thyroid carcinomas were delicately selected from 2005 to 2012 in the nuclear medicine service of Tlemcen University hospital...
Guidelines of the French society of endocrinology for the management of thyroid nodules.
The present document is a follow-up of the clinical practice guidelines of the French Society of Endocrinology, which were established for the use of its members and made available to scientific communities and physicians. Based on a critical analysis of data from the literature, con...
[Epidemiology of thyroid carcinoma over the world].
Thyroid cancer (TC) incidence, in France and over the world, has dramatically increased over the last two decades. The temporal and geographical incidence trends in France and in the world are analysed. The increased incidence of TC is actual, mainly due to an increase of papillary m...
[Recommendations for investigation of hyperandrogenism.]
[Prognostic factors in differentiated thyroid cancers (medullary excluded)].
The incidence of thyroid papillary microcarcinoma has appeared to increase over the last decade, probably because of more extensive use of serial slices for pathology. Prognosis is generally good, but the aggressive nature of certain tumors justifies an examination of the different risk factors such...
Glucagon is a hormonal polypeptide secreted by the A cells of the endocrine pancreas. Its major physiological effects are stimulation of hepatic glycogenolysis and gluconeogenesis. In this review, the current knowledge of receptors and transduction mechanisms involved in the action of glucagon are b...
[Vasopressin, oxytocin and angiotensin receptors in mammals].
The synthesis of new radiolabelled compounds and the evolution of the techniques designed to study the hormonal receptors allow a better understanding of their properties. Three types of vasopressin receptors have been described: the V1a receptor of liver and blood vessels, the V1b receptor of hypop...
[ADRENO-CORTICAL METABOLISM AND THE THYMUS].
[AMENORRHEA-GALACTORRHEA SYNDROME DUE TO A PITUITARY ADENOMA COMPOSED OF PROLACTIN CELLS].